If I could read everything, I would be …
… learning about flying cars and space portals with Michio Kaku (The Physics of the Future).
… working on my cultural enlightenment with Jen Lancaster (My Fair Lazy).
… exploring an alternate history of the United States with Matt Ruff (The Mirage).
… discovering uncharted territory in New Guinea (complete with a previously undiscovered tribe of natives) with Mitchell Zuckhoff (Lost in Shangri-La).
… falling in love with my stove with Cathy Erway (The Art of Eating In).
… revisiting Jane Eyre with Margot Livesey (The Flight of Gemma Hardy).
… bemoaning the dark side of American politics with Alan Huffman and Michael Rejebian (We’re With Nobody).
… scheming to reclaim my stolen crown with George R.R. Martin (A Clash of Kings).
… fantasizing about Victorian poets with A.S. Baytt (Possession).
… and fighting against the growing Nazi threat in Berlin with Erik Larson (In the Garden of Beasts).
But I can’t read everything. So for now, I’m laughing out loud with Mindy Kaling (Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)) and wishing that there were a million more hours in the day for reading.
If you could read everything, what would you be doing right now?